The course will use South Africa’s post-apartheid social and educational reforms as a case study to explore access and equity issues in education. What are the policies in place, challenges in implementing policies, and successes? There will be a comparison made with the US education context while drawing lessons from other countries in Africa. The course covers policies in K-12, higher education, and informal education systems that provide support for success in education. You will learn from people who are grappling with reform issues on a daily basis, explore the country’s diverse cultures, and gain an understanding of the challenges faced by its leaders and policymakers. Researchers, government officials, and other experts will share their own experiences in lectures and discussions.
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- NYU graduate students
- NYU undergraduates
- Non-NYU graduate students and professionals who are not enrolled at an academic institution
- Educational Leadership
- Higher Education
- International Education
This is not a complete list. We value diverse perspectives in our programs and encourage students from other majors and professions.
Students register for the below Summer 2021 course numbers listed below for a total of 3 credits:
- AMLT-GE-2073 Section 099 (Class # XXXX) - International Perspectives: Education and Social Reform in South Africa
Offered through the Department of Administration, Leadership, and Technology
Important Note: All program applicants are encouraged to meet with their academic adviser to determine if and how this course may be applied towards their program requirements and degree completion.
A draft course syllabus and itinerary for this program are available upon request to email@example.com.
Teboho Moja, Ph.D., MEd
Clinical Professor, Department of Administration, Leadership, and Technology, New York University. Dr. Moja, a South African educator, has played a major role in educational reform in South Africa following the transition to democracy. Her background provides students with an unusual entrée to South African culture, the higher education community, educational administrators, and policymakers.